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Insch scarecrow festival is a successful fundraiser for schools and church

Insch scarecrow festival is a successful fundraiser for schools and church

Insch scarecrow festival is a successful fundraiser for schools and church

19 October 2021

Insch's Fun Festival of Scarecrows raised a total of £4800 which will be divided between local schools and the church.


Inverurie Panto announces tickets are now available for festive shows

Inverurie Panto announces tickets are now available for festive shows

Inverurie Panto announces tickets are now available for festive shows

19 October 2021

Tickets for the return of Inverurie Panto have gone on sale.


MP urges coastal communities to take advantage of funding

MP urges coastal communities to take advantage of funding

MP urges coastal communities to take advantage of funding

18 October 2021

Gordon MP Richard Thomson has urged coastal communities to take full advantage of money available.


Sid bids a fond farewell to Fochabers fire station

Sid bids a fond farewell to Fochabers fire station

Sid bids a fond farewell to Fochabers fire station

18 October 2021

FOCHABERS fire station has bidden a fond farewell to one of its long-serving firefighters.


Garioch gymnasts welcome Scottish Gymnastics representatives to new building

Garioch gymnasts welcome Scottish Gymnastics representatives to new building

Garioch gymnasts welcome Scottish Gymnastics representatives to new building

18 October 2021

Garioch Gymnastics Club welcomed representatives from the sport's national organisation to see its new facilities.


All in all it's just another gig in the hall

All in all it's just another gig in the hall

All in all it's just another gig in the hall

18 October 2021

WATCH: Pink Floyd tribute band coming to the North East.


Tributes to Sir David Amess MP

Tributes to Sir David Amess MP

Tributes to Sir David Amess MP

18 October 2021

EMOTIONAL tributes to Sir David Amess MP.


Coronavirus update: Grampian records 209 new cases

Coronavirus update: Grampian records 209 new cases

Coronavirus update: Grampian records 209 new cases

18 October 2021

In Scotland in the last 24 hours there have been a total of 2194 positive cases of coronavirus.


WATCH: Cult show MTV Cribs explores Glenlivet Distillery's revamped home

WATCH: Cult show MTV Cribs explores Glenlivet Distillery's revamped home

WATCH: Cult show MTV Cribs explores Glenlivet Distillery's revamped home

18 October 2021

Scottish comedian Iain Stirling takes viewers on tour of his dream Speyside 'crib'.


Artist to feature work in Inverurie exhibition

Artist to feature work in Inverurie exhibition

Artist to feature work in Inverurie exhibition

18 October 2021

The work of local artist Jill Betts will feature in an exhibition at The Acorn Centre in Inverurie’s West Church next month.


Funding will support initiatives in the north-east

Funding will support initiatives in the north-east

Funding will support initiatives in the north-east

18 October 2021

Robert Gordon University has been awarded £1.7 million as part of the recently announced Economic Recovery and Skills Fund for north-east Scotland.


Autumn learning resources for children launched by Bennachie conservation charity

Autumn learning resources for children launched by Bennachie conservation charity

Autumn learning resources for children launched by Bennachie conservation charity

18 October 2021

The change of season has seen the Bailies of Bennachie launch its new learning resources for younsgters.


PICTURES: Ellon scarecrows are back for second year of festival

PICTURES: Ellon scarecrows are back for second year of festival

PICTURES: Ellon scarecrows are back for second year of festival

18 October 2021

The Ellon Scarecrow Festival has returned to the town with a variety of colourful characters on display.


Vaccine certification enforcement gets underway

Vaccine certification enforcement gets underway

Vaccine certification enforcement gets underway

18 October 2021

Proof of status needed at higher risk venues.


Science centre reaches for the stars as Astronomer Royal performs official reopening

Science centre reaches for the stars as Astronomer Royal performs official reopening

Science centre reaches for the stars as Astronomer Royal performs official reopening

18 October 2021

IT was time to reach for the stars when the Astronomer Royal for Scotland officially opened Aberdeen Science Centre.


Buchan RDA faces an uncertain future

Buchan RDA faces an uncertain future

Buchan RDA faces an uncertain future

18 October 2021

The group has issued an urgent appeal for active volunteers, committee members, office bearers and trustees to ensure its survival


Levy holiday announced for pig producers

Levy holiday announced for pig producers

Levy holiday announced for pig producers

18 October 2021

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) and The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board took the decision in response to the build-up of pigs on farm.


New challenges await for local Salvation Army couple

New challenges await for local Salvation Army couple

New challenges await for local Salvation Army couple

17 October 2021

IT is time to move on to new challenges for local Salvation Army officers Majors Bruce and Isobel Smith.


NICKY MARR: Old solution answers a modern problem

NICKY MARR: Old solution answers a modern problem

NICKY MARR: Old solution answers a modern problem

17 October 2021

Read the latest from our columnist Nicky Marr.


North-east man's NC500 and Ironman challenges raise over £4000 for cancer charity

North-east man's NC500 and Ironman challenges raise over £4000 for cancer charity

North-east man's NC500 and Ironman challenges raise over £4000 for cancer charity

17 October 2021

A Whitehills man has raised more than £4000 for charity by completing a gruelling Ironman triathlon challenge and cycling the North Coast 500.


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